Kigali City Tower (KCT) will be launched in April with the opening of a Shopping Mall as the initial phase of the multi-million dollar project, The New Times has learnt.
The 18-floor building in the city will, according to the management, host a number of outlets including; banks, a daycare, restaurants, sports and fitness facilities a movie theatre, and a night club among others.
The project will also offer a 740 square-metre exhibition space.
Kenyan super market chain, Nakumatt, and Bourbon Coffee are among the companies that have booked space.
The Nakumatt Kigali branch Manager, Adan Ramata, said the KCT branch would be their second after their outlet at the Union Trade Centre (UTC), in downtown Kigali City.
According to Bourbon Coffee Shop operations manager, Paul Ntaganda, the new branch at KCT will be their fourth in the country.
“Our branch at KCT will be much bigger and we expect it to offer better services given the location and space,” Ntaganda said.